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Meade

George Gordon. 1815--72, Union general in the American Civil War. He commanded the Army of the Potomac, defeating the Confederates at Gettysburg (1863)
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After his election, Meade shared his history of struggling with Crohn's disease, a chronic inflammatory disorder, that at that time was in remission.
Todos los que aspiraron a la candidatura como Osorio Chong, Manilo Fabio Beltrones, Eruviel Avila y los otros mas, fueron simples comparsas, admitieron sin chistar que un no priista como Meade fuera el candidato de su partido.
Integrante de la Fundacion UNAM--que preside el priista Dionisio Meade Garcia de Leon, padre de Jose Antonio--, Gomez Mont conoce de muchos anos a esta familia y le atribuye rasgos asociados al panismo, como su fervor catolico, pero es distante del PAN.
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After accepting that his disability was his new normal, Meade knew he had to work harder than the able-bodied individual to regain his skill.
Danny Jones nearly gave Delta the lead when he tried his luck with an audacious strike from 25 yards but the shot was well stopped by Allen in the Meade goal.
Meade believes he is also back to his best after a mid-season lay-off with injury.
My mom came to me with this idea and we just went for it" Meade said.
Born in Chepstow, Meade won gold in the team event at the '72 Olympics and also in the individual event on his horse Laurieston.
Meade said the move is necessary because the company, which makes whole-grain cereal and snacks, is expanding.
But, most of all, mind reader Meade uses his power for good.